The ever—increasing electronics share in vehicles also increases the expense and outlay for electrical—power supply, energy distribution, and data interchange. This leads to the onboard electrical and electronic networks becoming more and more complex. In order to still be able to comply with cost, function, and package specifications in future, Delphi has realigned its development processes to cope with these challenges. Innovations include cabling and wiring principles, connection technologies, communications structures, materials and quality processes.
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Erich, E. Standardizing and innovating the onboard electrical network. ATZ Elektron Worldw 2, 26–29 (2007). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03242145
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